(See) Ostsee: SNMG1 / SNMCMG1
Einsatz der Standing Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) und Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (SNMCMG1) in der Ostsee. Deutsche Beteiligung mit Versorger Berlin, Korvette Erfurt und Minenjagdboot Bad Bevensen...
Zitat:NATO Deploys Standing Maritime Groups To Baltic Sea

Ships from Standing Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (SNMCMG1) are sailing into the Baltic Sea and will participate in exercises with bordering Allied and partner nations. [...]

SNMG1 led by Commodore A. van de Sande of the Royal Netherlands Navy, consists of the flagship HNLMS De Zeven Provincien, the German Combat Support Ship FGS Berlin, HDMS Peter Willemoes, FGS Erfurt, and HMS Northumberland.

SNMCMG1 is currently led by Commander Ott Laanemets and is comprised of LVSN Virsaitis, BNS Lobelia, FGS Bad Bevensen, ENS Sakala, HMS Grimsby, HNLMS Schiedam, HNOMS Hinnoy. SNMCMG1 consisting of minehunters from different nations is continuously ready at short notice to bring the capabilities, skills, and expertise to clear underwater explosives and provide maritime safety. [...]

They also are currently part of the NATO Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) while exhibiting forward presence and contributing to operational coherence among allied naval forces to support greater regional security and stability.

Zitat:Denmark Strengthens NATO With One Additional Frigate In The Baltic

The Danish Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced today that it will send the Iver Huitfeldt-class frigate "Peter Willemoes" and four F-16 fighter jets to NATO's standing naval force and to sovereignty enforcement in the Baltics. This is because "NATO has the necessary capabilities at its disposal to deter the current security policy situation around Ukraine".


BALTIC SEA -- Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) is conducting training with Latvian armed forces and enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) battle groups in the Baltic Sea. The training began with a port visit in Riga, Latvia, Oct. 28-31 and continued at and from sea to increase understanding between the multinational joint forces.

During the port visit, members from the Canadian-led eFP battlegroup invited crewmembers to witness a firepower demonstration at the Adazi Range in Latvia. In return, representatives from the battlegroup embarked SNMG1 ships to learn about maritime operations. SNMG1 staff provided soldiers with a maritime capability brief and information was exchanged to increase understanding between the naval and land forces. [...]

On Oct. 31 SNMG1 conducted asymmetric warfare exercises with the Latvian Navy. The ships conducted small arms firing drills, while a Latvian patrol boat simulated an attacking unit. On Nov. 1 the Task Group conducted a Naval Fire Support exercise with Latvian Forces on the Skede Firing range. This exercise offered a good training opportunity for both Latvian Forces as well as SNMG1 units. [...] Currently, SNMG1 comprises flagship Royal Netherlands Navy HNLMS Tromp (F803), Royal Norwegian Navy HNoMS Maud (A530), and Royal Danish Navy HDMS Esbern Snare (F342). After the port visit Royal Norwegian Navy HNoMS Roald Amundsen (F311) left the group after two months of deployment.

Zitat:Deutschland übernimmt Kommando über maritimen Nato-Verband

Die deutsche Marine hat jetzt das Kommando über die „Standing Nato Maritime Group 1" - kurz SNMG 1. Der ständige maritime Einsatzverband der NATO war ein Jahr lang unter der Führung der niederländischen Marine. Nun hat Deutschland das Kommando übernommen, unter der Leitung von Flottillenadmiral Thorsten Marx. Die Übergabe fand im niederländischen Den Helder statt. [...]

Die SNMG 1 besteht laut Nato aus mehreren Zerstörern und Fregatten sowie einem Versorgungsschiff der Flotten nahezu aller NATO-Mitgliedsstaaten - darunter immer ein Schiff aus Deutschland. Die Marineverband operiert unter dem NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM), dessen Hauptquartier in Northwood, Großbritannien liegt.


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